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kansas city chiefs linebacker javon belcher killed himself and girlfriend after bizarre circumstances after domestic dispute that raised questions from everything from concussions to gun control. craig now reports on the man who plays ironically for the very same high school team, football team that craig and i play for. >> how are we doing tonight, man? >> december 1st. 3:00 a.m. after a night of hard drinking. javon belcher is seen on a kansas city police dash cam video being questioned after cops get a 911 call of a suspicious person sleeping in a black bentley. >> after learning belcher plays for the kansas city chiefs. officers allowed to leave without citing him for dui because they say he was not driving. >> belcher thanks the officers and enters the building with britney glass, the woman he reportedly spent the night with lives. eventually he goes home. there is he confronted by long-time girlfriend 22-year-old cassandra perkins. when their dispute escalates belcher in a rage shoots her repeatedly. >> belcher's mother shepard telling 911 operators her son has shot the mother o
the dream act supported by governor perry, mocking as an necessary city speaker gingrich's call for mercy for those who have been here ten years or more. the results were stunning stunnd decisive. barack obama won 79% of the latino vote. more than enough to give him almost every swing state and the popular vote. and with the latino population growing faster than any other, the future looks bleak for the g.o.p. either the republicans begin to attract more hispanics or latinos or they're headed the way of the do-do; so some republicans in the senate have proposed what they call the achieve act. the watered-down version of the dream act. and in the house of representatives, on friday, runs actually passed what they call the stem act, which increases the number of certain visas. will those moves make a difference among latinos? will it bring them back to the gaap? fasten your seatbelts as i ask republican congressman raul of idaho, and lower at any rate sanchez of california. >> both welcome. i'm delighted to have you on the program. congresswoman sanchez, do you think this will make a differ
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